Capital City Development Corporation (CCDC) is Boise’s Urban Renewal Agency. Through a variety of projects and partnerships, the organization works to improve, develop, and grow downtown Boise’s economy. CCDC owns The Grove Plaza.
The City of Boise and the Mayor’s Office collaborate with CCDC regularly to make Boise the “most livable city in the country.”
The Downtown Boise Association (DBA) is a non-profit 501(c) 6 Corporation that manages the downtown Boise Business Improvement District (BID) on behalf of the City of Boise. The mission of the DBA is “To be the steward for the operation and promotion of downtown Boise as a clean, safe and vibrant place in which to work, shop, live and play.”
The Greater Boise Auditorium District was created in June of 1959 by overwhelming show of support of Boise Voters. Its purpose is to promote economic growth and serve the public need, and to build, operate, maintain, market and manage public auditoriums, exhibit halls, convention centers, sports arenas, and other similar facilities. In 1990 the Greater Boise Auditorium District finished construction of the Boise Centre on the Grove, the District’s first convention facility, known today as Boise Centre. The Boise Centre has a contract with CCDC to manage and maintain The Grove Plaza.
Block 22, LLC and Idaho Sports Properties, LLC — the home of The Grove Hotel, CenturyLink Arena and The Idaho Steelheads!
Home of the 2004 & 2007 ECHL ChampionIdaho Steelheads and the Idaho Stampede of the NBA Development League, CenturyLink Arena hosts a variety of special events including concerts, trade shows, conventions, ice shows and other sporting events.
The Grove Hotel is a full-service hotel in the heart of downtown. They have 250 rooms and many spaces for events, meetings, and tradeshows.